SB 2420: Elections
GENERAL BILL by Hill
Elections; eliminates book-closing period for voter registration; provides registration & changes in registration at polls on election day; delays closing of polls; provides for earlier qualifying for nomination or election to public office; provides for earlier primary elections; requires voting systems approved for use in state to provide each voter casting ballot with paper receipt that indicates each vote cast on ballot, etc. Amends FS.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 Senate - Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1567 (Ch. 2005-277)
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• Introduced, referred to Ethics and Elections; Judiciary; Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations -SJ 00268
• Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1567 (Ch. 2005-277)
|Bill Number||Subject||Filed By||Relationship||Last Action and Location|
|H 1567 (e2)||Reagan||Compare||Last Action: 6/20/2005 Approved by Governor; Chapter No. 2005-277; See also HB 1589 (Ch. 2005-278)|
|S 1682||Elections||Klein||Compare||Last Action: 5/6/2005 S Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1567 (Ch. 2005-277)|
|S 2176 (c2)||Electors & Elections||Posey||Compare||Last Action: 5/3/2005 S Placed on Special Order Calendar -SJ 00886; Read second time -SJ 00837; Amendment(s) adopted -SJ 00838, -SJ 00853; Amendment(s) failed -SJ 00838, -SJ 00853; Substituted HB 1589 -SJ 00854; Laid on Table, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1589 (Ch. 2005-278), HB 1567 (Ch. 2005-277), HB 1591 (Ch. 2005-279)|
|S 2408||Election Days||Hill||Compare||Last Action: 5/6/2005 S Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections|
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Citations - Statutes (55)
|Citation||Catchline||Location in Bill Location In Bill Help|
|97.053||Acceptance of voter registration applications.|
|97.055||Registration books; when closed for an election.|
|97.071||Registration identification card.|
|98.065||Registration list maintenance programs.|
|98.081||Names removed from registration books; restrictions on reregistering; recordkeeping; restoration of erroneously or illegally removed names.|
|98.095||County registers open to inspection; copies.|
|98.0979||Statewide voter registration database open to inspection; copies.|
|98.231||Supervisor of elections to furnish Department of State number of registered electors.|
|99.061||Method of qualifying for nomination or election to federal, state, county, or district office.|
|99.095||Alternative method of qualifying.|
|99.0955||Candidates with no party affiliation; name on general election ballot.|
|99.096||Minor party candidates; names on ballot.|
|100.011||Opening and closing of polls, all elections; expenses.|
|100.061||First primary election.|
|100.091||Second primary election.|
|101.045||Electors must be registered in precinct; provisions for residence or name change.|
|101.151||Specifications for ballots.|
|101.5606||Requirements for approval of systems.|
|101.62||Request for absentee ballots.|
|101.65||Instructions to absent electors.|
|101.663||Electors; change of residence.|
|101.67||Safekeeping of mailed ballots; deadline for receiving absentee ballots.|
|101.6923||Special absentee ballot instructions for certain first-time voters.|
|101.6925||Canvassing special absentee ballots.|
|102.031||Maintenance of good order at polls; authorities; persons allowed in polling rooms; unlawful solicitation of voters.|
|105.031||Qualification; filing fee; candidate's oath; items required to be filed.|
|106.021||Campaign treasurers; deputies; primary and secondary depositories.|
|106.03||Registration of political committees.|
|106.04||Committees of continuous existence.|
|106.07||Reports; certification and filing.|
|106.08||Contributions; limitations on.|
|106.082||Commissioner of Agriculture candidates; campaign contribution limits.|
|106.087||Independent expenditures; contribution limits; restrictions on political parties, political committees, and committees of continuous existence.|
|106.12||Petty cash funds allowed.|
|106.147||Telephone solicitation; disclosure requirements; prohibitions; exemptions; penalties.|
|106.161||Air time available at the lowest unit rate.|
|106.23||Powers of the Division of Elections.|
|106.27||Determinations by commission; legal disposition.|
|106.29||Reports by political parties; restrictions on contributions and expenditures; penalties.|
|106.32||Election Campaign Financing Trust Fund.|
|106.33||Election campaign financing; eligibility.|
|111.075||Elected officials; prohibition concerning certain committees.|
|112.3148||Reporting and prohibited receipt of gifts by individuals filing full or limited public disclosure of financial interests and by procurement employees.|
|112.3149||Solicitation and disclosure of honoraria.|
|1004.28||Direct-support organizations; use of property; board of directors; activities; audit; facilities.|
|1004.70||Community college direct-support organizations.|
|1004.71||Statewide community college direct-support organizations.|
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